“Mom” was recently introduced to JuneBee Baby, an online boutique that offers gorgeous hand knit baby clothing that puts a modern spin on vintage knits, and the result is stunning! June Sayali, who founded the company in 2006, was kind enough to answer some questions about her business for Tiny Green Mom readers!
An Interview with June Sayali, Founder of JuneBee Baby, Inc.
Tell us about your eco-inspired company!
JuneBee Baby is an exclusive online baby clothing boutique that offers an exceptionally fresh look into the baby fashion world with its timeless heirloom quality pieces hand made with pure natural fibers.
We specialize in hand knitted baby clothes for newborns, infants and toddlers of ages 0-36 months. Our alluring collection features one-of-a-kind sweaters, dresses, cardigans, rompers, christening sets, blankets, hats and booties designed for ultimate comfort and crafted with the finest yarns of Cotton, Bamboo, Wool and Cashmere.
Each product in our baby clothing boutique is a piece of art touched by no single machine stitch and created with a characteristically genuine style that blends authentic original patterns and motifs with an eclectic and contemporary flair.
How do you choose to go green in your own life?
I always choose glass containers over plastic ones, purchase food in glass jars instead of plastic packages, use my AC as little as possible, walk or bike when running errands and teach my little one to recycle. Plan to grow my own tomatoes and green peppers in my patio soon.
Guilty green pleasure?
Purchasing fresh organic food from the local farmer’s market.
Can you offer any encouraging words for those with a small sustainable business?
As a small business owner who has to be multi-task oriented and take care of many aspects of the work on her own, planning and determination are keys to success. It really helps a lot to plan your day, week, month and even a year ahead with an up to date To Do List. Put a timeframe to complete each item, start with the most important ones that you prioritize, and try your best to stick to the planned timelines. It almost follows the same pattern with exercising…first you push yourself hard to start and keep going, and then you become more and more motivated when you start to see results.